By Indiewire | Indiewire March 5, 1998 at 2:0AM
by Aaron Krach
Tony Goldwyn sold the North American and other major territory rights for
his directorial debut, "The Blouse Man," to Miramax. "Blouse Man," was
produced by Dustin Hoffman's Punch Productions and Village Roadshow
Pictures. The film follows a young frustrated housewife whose world is
turned upside-down when she has an affair with a traveling salesman.
"Blouse Man," stars Diane Lane, Viggo Mortenson, Liev Schreiber and Anna
"We are very pleased to be involved with Tony Goldwyn's impressive
directorial debut, where collectively the cast gives an amazing
performance. I'm delighted to continue our long-standing and prosperous
relationship with Village Roadshow and begin on with Hoffman's Punch
Productions," said Miramax co-chairman, Harvey Weinstein.